I have had a Sealy Posturepedic Chambly Plush for less than a month. I am a 140 lb. side sleeper--just me in the bed. My prior mattress was too firm and old and I felt shoulder and hip pain throughout the night and it would wake me up. Now, with the new mattress, I feel that my hips sink in too much and when I wake I have lower back aches. (I do not have back problems.) Also, I have a platform bed so don't need a box spring and would like the new mattress to have handles and not be too heavy so I can turn it periodically. I am within the trial period so am able to exchange it. What would you suggest? Your thoughts would be much appreciated.
Sealy cheapened their line by quite a bit in June of 2011...which is their current line. More memory foam and fewer coils is what they did to it.
If your retailer probably carries the Simmons line, as well. The best buy is at the starting level in World Class Series. Ask for it in the luxury firm tight top. Our model name for that is Annapolis Place, but the model name they have is likely to be different.
The Annapolis Place is a much better made mattress with plenty of support. The luxury firm tight top is probably firmer than your hips and shoulders will like. The padding in the softer models of that mattress doesn't keep its shape we'll, so add a removable pillowtop made of soft latex.
The firm support of that mattress and the extraordinary comfort of the soft latex topper will give you everything you want....and, not for just a month. Together, they will last you a decade.
Here are links to both. Make sure you're getting the right price on the mattress.
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